Remember Phylis Canion, the ranchwoman who wanted her dead, mangy coyote to be a chupacabra, so much so that she wasn't happy with a local college's DNA results and swore to get more tests done?
Well, she did. And the results are back. And the creature is not just a coyote. In fact, it's also part Mexican wolf! Booga booga!
Canion's still not happy. She wants more tests to be done.
Its DNA has been flown across the continent as Cuero residents search for a final answer about their mysterious, blood-sucking beast.
The much-anticipated results are back from experts at the University of California at Davis.
Results from the University of California at Davis show the animal is in fact a mutt: on the mother's side it is part coyote.
"On the paternal side, it had Mexican wolf in it," said Canion.
Scientists from the University of California at Davis say they can't tell when the Mexican wolf heritage made its way into the gene pool.
The Cuero rancher said she expects further testing to find out where all the hair has gone and why the animal, she says, seems to crave just blood from its victims.
And she REALLY wants it to be a chupacabra. Why, you might ask?
T-shirt sales of the chupacabra are still going strong, with more than 16,000 sold already.
There's even been legal action to keep some knock-offs from being sold on eBay where they were going for three times the price.